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desks president ceo ceo and chief maker. carl was instrumental if helping us choose the equipment and he's capable of working with everything in the shop so carl (clapping) >> good morning, everybody. and thanks for being here. it's a real pleasure to be able to stand here and open up the facility. as i look around i see many, many people who are instrumental in helping this project get started. as many of you know building a project it's not a typical building or a typical use your typical site and we worked closely with many of the people both on architecture and construction and people in the city government and people at the port. everybody was wonderful. it's making up it seems like months ago it was a crazy idea and now it is already people have peeked in and seen is it. it's what everything wants. we're really excited about it. for in developing our software so groups include the structurally group and it distributes the work and we have the tools to make what people want to make but also our advanced research group. so we have an advanced group here looking at the future of manu
've got to go, guys. thank you very much. >> thanks, everybody. >> carl icahn is tweeting. >> says he does not want to fight with apple but says he has no plans for walking away either. hes he's very cautious on equities and says the market could easily have a big drop, according to a report on reuters. >> he's at a reuters summit. >> this could account for the decline in the market. the technology stocks. he was specifically specifically about apple in one case, of which he is a big shareholder. that may be one reason we're seeing this late selloff in the stock market with the dow down -- or the s&p, excuse me, the nasdaq down about 25 points right now. >> apple also, pressure. >> meantime, jpmorgan has inked another costly settlement. this time with sophisticated investors who bought bad mortgage securities from the company during the crisis. as other banks have found, it might not yet be a done deal. kayla has that story. >> there are many parties that want their money back after buying these bad loans. and jpmorgan reaching a deal with 22 of these investors who bought into hundreds of
and want to dance for the rest of their >> everyone. thank you. my name is carl i'm the president of the silicon leadership groufrp we're happy you joined us for a town hall with mayor ed lee with the obama administration on the action on immigration founded here just a few blocks away. that what matters is we have a mare that understands the issues a nearest and dear it to us and that's immigration reform. since it's inception we've gotten over 20 visas alone and the feeling is we have a shortage on green talent when we need to go through the steps we need to go through and for the tech community we're focused on opening up our technical school to the global community. we're in a talent war along with a state war on services gov. and anything we can help to create change here means so much to us. we have the mayor who can creative impact so we stand behind mayor ed lee and we're thrilled he's here. i'm so excited to here what he is has to say. thank you (clapping) >> julia and kevin a thank you for being subpoena great community leaders were we're going to have a robust town mee
certainly getting clobbered today from the comments by carl icahn. matt, thanks very much for joining us. will be out with earnings momentarily. we'll see how those numbers look from out in california. and stay tuned, the prince himself, alwaleed bin talal will be with maria on the second hour of the "closing bell." i'll see you tomorrow. >> and did is 4:00 on wall street. do you know where your money is? hi everybody, welcome back to the "closing bell." i'm maria bartiromo on the floor of the new york stock exchange. it was tough getting there, but we are closing at another all-time high. the dow industrials tonight hitting 16 sthou. early today for the first time ever but the market sold off after carl icahn warned he's very cautious on this market and then came back a fraction to close at another all-time high. in unchartered territory for the blue chip average. dow industrial at 15,975. the nasdaq rolled over because carl icahn made comments about apple also. he said i'm not interested in having a fight with apple but also not interested
policy. >>> carl icahn takes some of the wind out of wall street sales saying there's a chance the market could see a drop. >> for ezjets, the uk budget airline outperforms rivals proposing a special dividend for shareholders. >>> and european car sales continue to reboind. renault and toyota leading the way. daimler gains ground on its luxury peers. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the globe. >>> okay. a warm welcome to today's "worldwide exchange." we're an hour into the session here in europe. you can see stocks in the red, 9 to 1 decliners outpacing advancers just about on the dow jones stoxx 600. we are at the lows of the session, albeit only 60 minutes in. speaking at the reuterss global investment summit, carl icahn says valuations are rich. later on on his website, carl icahn elaborated saying while he's concerned about market levels, it's almost impossible to predict what's going to happen in the short-term. so he says at times like this, he hedges his investment to some extent and icahn says picking up short-term moves is
on now an a losing position. >> carl icahn and piled up against george soros or who knows who else? major investors are piled up and here is the sole focus -- the silver bullet. liz: he has said it is a ponzi scheme. >> this is what makes you a good journalist is that you killed me but he is a short seller is it is going down in zero it is up since he said that he said it is a pyramid scheme the company says it is not another smart people like george soros says it is not he lost dash did million but what would be the stake through the heart of the vampire not that he is but would kill him is a leveraged buyout to take them public and i tell you all longtime investor serial investor at this point but he is a longtime smart investors just up the stake but we ask is a reported he is talking to investors about joining him with the leveraged buyout. what we heard although my calls have not been deaths some sources have said he is talking to the big sovereign wealth can't. liz: that is big money. >> key is plug did he not to have that. clearly he is looking, i can tell you that my sources he d
it and it is online. kyle just reported it as well. carl icahn throws a cold, wet towel on a hot market. who is buying what he is selling? your private information on the obamacare website, some lawmakers want to know how safe it is. and adjustable rate mortgage save money on your monthly home. and selfie's word of the year for 2013. maybe we can convince connell mcshane to take one of himself coming up on this hour of "markets now." connell: you are sometimes here sitting taking pictures of both of us even when i don't want to. dagen: i am guilty of it on a rare occasion. but as somebody pointed out on twitter once, when a chick takes a self-portrait and posted on twitter or facebook, she has taken 50-75 to get that one good one. i posted some of it on instagram. connell: at the top of the hour, the dow back above 16,000, nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. nicole: dial 16,000 is back. the s&p 500 at 1793, so not quite back at the 1800 mark. they are not a big deal to traders, they look at other things like resistance levels, those of the kind of things they are looking at,
was going in. he is more so now after that speech. now, to chief political correspondent carl cameron standing at tyson's corner, virginia, at the victory party. cameron, you listened to the speech. and clearly he is sending a message nationwide. >> reporter: oh, an emphasis on competence, on leadership, he knows full well that every single thing he said tonight will be put through a prism of presidential politics in 2016. there will be news as soon as tomorrow about plans to begin to build better ties. we've already talked to a lot of republicans in the early caucus states. and they all say they're eager to hear from chris christie more often. because of tonight's victory, they actually advertised it because of his 2016 aspirations, there will be increasingly more demand for him to be to iowa. and the controversy could be a double edged sword. those are states where republican conservatives dominate. and sometimes they frankly frown upon a little too much bipartisanship. >> let's go to virginia, where republican ken churuccinelli is offering a succession speech to terry mcauliffe. >>
." ♪ ♪ >>> good wednesday morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla with jim cramer and david faber. 10-year yield easing right around 2 opinion 74 this morning. our audio board's on fire today. >> it's always nice to hear porky pig. >> overnight in asia, shanghai and hong kong down sharply, some disappointed in that four-day meeting of leaders and bank of england cutting its forecast for inflation. macy's beating profits, affirming on the year. >> and a fight with kraft ends up costing the coffee giant $2.8 million. >> tesla confirming there are no plan foors recall. outlines his vision and fires back at george clooney. >> and doubts continue to compound about completing fixes for the end of the month on baum care. >> revenues beat consensus at revenues are up 3.5 prgs. the ceo says numbers are extremely strong. sales trends at bloomingdale's doing well. >> big name for my charitable trust. ta terry lundgren has been able to go against amazon. in is always who's got the anti-amazon game plan. he can move around merchandise. he's got my macy's, the regionalization. i
.6 percent in unemployment to 5.2 >> it's because of you're great leadership. >> thank you carl but it's because this fact is very true. along with one job comes others it's valuable to our tourism and the labor unions know this that's why their backing up this. they know the jobs are being created because the talent is here. we've got to keep the talent here. people spent years getting those mbas. we spent money and investment in those i did not know stuts students then they have to leave with the trouble are the visas and in their prime when the economics of their ideas is right there in front of us we can't get the kind of you immigration talent we have that's a failure of our country. >> mayor lee great points. >> maria od democrat what's that argument the white house uses as we talk about comprehensive reform. >> first, i want to reiterate itself finding to congress it the immigration reform will play a role in our reducing our national deficit. i think we need to recognize with is a surge of the boarder need to see the surge it will bring to our economy. mayor lee hit it. the s
on the street," i'm carl quintanilla, david faber and in europe some very weak action in the banks as we see more hand wringing over the rising euro and predictions over whether draghi will cut rates this week. several big consumers names reporting better-than-expected results. find out what it means for spending ahead of the holiday season. >> hey, we're just two days away from that twitter ipo. bet you haven't heard that before. find out why the head of nyse said not every ipo goes to the moon. >> and apple has tripled the number since last year's launch. >> t-mobile posting a rise in q3 revenues as the company added more than a million customers in the period. got to start with kors. 71 cents, beats by 3 cents, same-store sales plus 23. not the 45s, 41s we were seeing a few quarters ago. >> still, this is an amazing story. the last bit of research we had was a downgrade betting this would not be that great. plus we added the addition to the s&p. there was a lot of previous earnings, chatter about it. they have the best growth in any retail. >> what accounts for the success of this company
to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla with jim cramer and david faber at the new york stock exchange. futures have a decent tone, despite some stocks that will struggle at the open, like abercrombie, like tesla. and europe got a boost from a blowout number out of manufacturing out of germany this morning. twitter set to price tonight, begin trading tomorrow. right behind us here at post nine. >> tesla shares, they're skidding today after vehicles delivered missed expectations. earnings and revenues did come in ahead of consensus. >> abercrombie and finch posting a seventh consecutive quarterly drop in guidance. >> our guest says he knows who the next microsoft ceo will be. >> and twitter will expect it sell 70 million shares between $23 and $25 each. tune in tomorrow for our special coverage of the wall street debut on twitter. it is above the fold today for "usa today," retailers talking about going from 45 to 48. >> may i just say their coverage has been exemplary. every article they have -- yesterday was terrific, today was terrific. you have to read "usa today." here's w
and profitable. it's ten times earnings. trade could trade into the 60s. >> carl icahn is making news again, yet again, acquiring common shares in hologic. >> yeah, typical carl icahn, and typical the companies were somewhat nervous, so they've put positions in place to keep carl from getting bigger with this particular trade. i like it, judge. i think he finds a lot of great opportunities, and investors are usually smart to coattail him. in this case, this is one of those you can buy, unlike many of the ways warren buffett gets long. >> you're describing what the company was doing, and in reaction, they did adopt a poison pill -- >> yeah, he'd still finding the value, the way he did in netflix, web m.d., i'd follow him in here. i bought this one today. >> and retail from abercrombie & fitch to dollar tree, retailers are falling on disappointing quarterly reports. the one bright spot is williams-sonoma, reporting a profit of 58 cents a share. how do you trade the sector heading into the holidays? a week to go until thanksgiving. >> yeah, i think what willia williams-sonoma is telling you is what
this. we don't think we've overpaid. >>> the swiss market has caved in to carl icahn. they're paying a dividend for the first time in two years. >>> france says it's not standing in a way with a deal with iran after being blamed for stifling six party negotiations over ending the country's nuclear program. >>> u.n. claims some 9.5 million people in the philippines have been affected by typhoon haiyan. up to 10,000 people are estimated to be killed in the city. it's been hampered by disrupted access to remote communities. we have more from manila in this report. >> what we know is that this is an unprecedented natural disaster for this country. now there's really no stranger to extreme weather and earthquakes. even seasoned officials are shocked by the severity, especially of the storm surges that were caused by this super typhoon and it's created what many are describing as sue nam any type conditions. a lot of these villages are wiped to the ground. same as we saw in 2004 in december during the indian ocean tsunami. this is creating some very serious low guelogistical difficulties.
with fellow activist investor carl icahn over the viability of herbalife. ackman labels the nutrition supplment company a pyramid scheme, which the company denies. traders are well aware of the importance of staying ahead of the curve -- scott bauer of trading advantage joins us with ideas on buying and selling retail stock ahead of black firday. good morning scott. > > good morning angie. > > we have an unusual situation here. we have thanksgiving and hanukkah happening at the same time. how will that affect trading? > > you know this is the first time ever and it's not going to happen again and i do think we are going to lose retail sales in that first week or so after thanksgiving when all the black friday sales come out unless some of these retailers-- which i think may happen-- may actually-- a week ahead of thanksgiving -- come out with some early bird specials let's say because that's a significant part of the market of people shopping for hanukkah that normally would be during the month of december that now really has to be mid to late november. > > now scott, walmart, macy's
over the course of the morning so far. transocean reaching a deal with carl icahn to resolve a proxy battle. they will pay out a $3 a share dividend and reduce the number of directors from 11 to 14 and also adds one of mr. icahn's vincent intrieri to the board of directors a. win of a type for mr. icahn here. he began this campaign on january 25th when he filed the 13 d. i think at that point it was 5.6%. i think that more or less stays a donestant, asking for a $4 dividend at that point, asking for the board to be reduced. he hangs in there. he often gets what he wants. here's the latest tweets from mr. icahn talking about his success here with transocean. what is your thought about the sector and the stock, itself. >> this has been one of the poor performers because of the condo, also because their rigs are supposed to be older than other rigs. i have been waiting for the big surge in deep water drilling supposed to happen off the gulf of mexico. they have not been able to cap it. they have so into harness it. >> that said, it's a very inexpensive stock. so i certainly understood w
. carl icahn worries about a market pullback and a fed official is nervous that's to a market that's set a series of new records and it's going up this morning. the new york post has a contentious report suggesting something fishy about the decline of the jobless rate right before the election last year and we have an obamacare update, there's more trouble. the website will not be 100% ready november 30th. students getting cancellations numbers now and you'll hear testimony today that hacking your personal information is child's play. "varney & company" is about to begin. ya know, with new fedex one rate you can fill that box and pay one flat rate. i didn't know the coal thing was real. it's very real... david rivera. rivera, david. [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. >> the president's signature achievement back under the microscope back on capitol hill in the next hour, we will show you what's going on, but first, just take a look at the new poll numbers from "the washington post" and they're bad. 57% say they now oppose obamaca
. senior political analyst david gergen, cnn legal analyst and political commentator carl bernstein. child of the cold war and the new frontier and has written the definitive biography of hillary clinton "the woman in charge". andrew, what do you make of the legacy on this 50th anniversary? >> well, what i've always been struck by by jfk is how global it was. how people across the planet thought about him, saw him as an emblem of america, of a young, striving, idealistic america. and to me, the enormous contrast between that amazing image i had of him as a boy. i was told by my parents that my father only cried when his mom died and when jfk was assassinated. i guess because an irish catholic western called sullivan in england really identified with that guy. then when i grew up and learn what he did and read the increasingly candid and blistering accounts of his presidency, the discrepancy between that extraordinary image of idealism and the reality of the out of control, what dangerous and imtemperate president is something i'm still grappling with and trying to put together in my own mi
. >> i bought lilly on the downgrade i thought it was too much. >> transocean and our friend carl icahn. >> he's gotten some of what he's asked for. in terms of the dividend and more board seats. what's more important to me, from a fundamental basis, the company has retired ten older drill ships and they're going out and they're -- excuse me, they are ordering more drill ships and retiring older ones this is a big deal. a company that's had older technology and haven't been able to compete effectively to ensco-like company. i have not liked this story. i preferred ensco but like the announcement. >> a big win for carl. he told me a short time ago, they're going to ipo the mlp, that's positive, as well as adding a gentleman to the board that he wanted. hopes that they can raise the dividend again. >> a lot that they can do, because it's a lot they haven't done. if you compare it to ensco, the company's not done the right things, so there's low hanging fruit. >> great step in the right direction how mr. icahn crashingized it to me a short time ago. >>> could reports that apple coming out
morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." eem ca i'm carl quintanilla, jim cramer, david faber. what a show we have today. the dow starts today as another record high. then theres at bond market after being closed for veteran's day, a strong overnight in asia, japan was up 2% but europe is red across the board on some weak u.k. cpi. respectively sitting at or around new highs, the nikkei logging its best gain in two months. >> apple puts ice new ipad retina on the market. >> and walmart steps up the competition. another record close for the dow. the s&p finishing just a fraction high of the all-time high. the nikkei closes at a high. and up say, jim, the dips are bought again and again and they are. >> a lot of times it's just the intra day dip. something might happen, a piece of data comes out and people say this is my chance. there's a classic downgrade today of fedex. fedex has been on fire. that deal with amazon and the post office, that is bad for fedex. watch that stock. that will be the tell. it will go down a little and then buyers come in. buyers cannot resist the transports
opportunities there. i just wanted to -- i just had to want them. >> carl has aimed high ever since. run 100 marathons in two years to raise money for the hospital that saved his life. ater five years of treatment the hospital in birmingham and 16 operations on his wounds, carl is now firmly focused on his future. he is hoping the flying training he's doing here will qualify him for a commercial pilot license and a whole new career. the 26-year-old is one of a handful of wounded british troops to be chosen for flying scholarships, sponsored by rolling. -- sponsored by boeing. he hoped to get his private pilot's license. after that, the sky is the limit. >> i hope for a career in aviation. long as i'm flying, i will be happy. iraq veteran. finally tonight, a story about a group in britain that meets in a church, even though they don't believe in god. the country's first nonreligious church says they are trying to find a different kind of spiritual bonding. they reckon they can draw together a congregation of disillusioned former believers, , and anybodyst searching for a sense of community. d
others to the extent we have time >> thank you carl thank you for getting us ail together. first of all, i'd be remissed mr. mayor if i didn't congratulate you on the events coming up. before i get to my question. thank you for your participation particularly entrepreneurs. i want to get you to talk about the education and the world of the united states. what kind of impact if the immigration reform didn't happen what impact will it have >> in the short time the visas the h1 petition we're trying to find a replacement for that person in the united states it's difficult to find people with skills so we might enable them to set up their offices and build a team. >> i was going to say if you guys haven't checked out the start up report they've done things around the world. so everywhere the e go system is growing but if we don't fix the immigration issues then the other pavrts parts of the world like brazil and china and venture capita lifts have activity invest in other countries >> if it does happen have you seen the banner - we'll just get real sad. >> mayor lee. i think the recovery
is a collection that comes from the u.s. government. carl is a person who's gotten the has gotten the old types from the archives and made them available for free public reuse. he has an obsession with bringing public access to public materials so that all the outputs of the united states government are public domain. the idea of the internet is you should be able to then get to it. >> our government is t care taker for these stores lie fallow today but they could become a platform that provides access to all. prior efforts have been half hearted. we should be spending minimum of $250 million a year a decade for a scanning objective. the smithsonian, the national archives, the library of congress and national library of medicine must work together to develop a strategy compelling enough to make congress the foundations and the public all clamor to help them create this platform. the public domain is still often difficult to get to. it is like building a national park but then making it hard for people to get to it. makes it hard for people to get to it. carl has taken the m
tonight. mike emanuel looks at kathleen sebelius on capitol hill again today. carl cameron on how obama care impacted last night's elections and how the gop plans to capitalize on it. but we begin with chief white house correspondent ed henry on that unexpected and pretty long meeting for this white house. hi, ed. >> reporter: good evening. a democratic source tells me tonight that some of the senators in this meeting with the president floated the idea of a delay of up to one year for enrollment in fines. the president did not agree to that. but i'm told these senators felt it was a constructive meeting. he listened. the big question now is, is there going to be a delay of a few months or something like that? president obama conferred late today with michael bennett just moments after they wrapped up a dramatic closed-door meeting with 15 senate democrats facing the voters in 2014 who are nervous that anger over obama care will knock them out of office. one democratic source familiar with the meeting told fox it was feisty because, quote, candidly, a lot of pent-up frustration among se
. chief political correspondent carl cameron, who is no stranger to airline travel, and that is an understatement, is doing double duty tonight at reagan national airport. good evening, carl. >> reporter: big surprise. another thanksgiving eve in an airport. thanks, doug. it's pretty quiet here in d.c. there have been some delays, but not particularly bad ones. up north it is a thanksgiving nightmare for an awful lot of travelers. the airports up there have been pounded by a storm that has been moving from the southwest up to the northeast this evening. by morning today, there were some 1600 flights that had already been canceled. and this has been a three-day storm that has been rolling cancellations and dropping a foot of snow all across the country. the airlines expected 2.8 million passengers across the country today. that's about a half million more than normal. so far 548 flights have been canceled. about 4700 have faced delays. the worst has been in philadelphia, newark, and la guardia. there have been problems in miami and atlanta. that's mostly as a consequ
. he cries when he loses, actually. moving on. carl icahn and transocean reaching a deal. what does icahn's involvement mean for the stock? the u.s. bond morkt closed today but it will still be a week. tesla finded before the u.s. banking committee. and everything you need to know about bonds for the week. stay tuned. announcer: where can an investor be a name and not a number? scottrade. ron: i'm never alone with scottrade. i can always call or stop by my local office. they're nearby and ready to help. so when i have questions, i can talk to someone who knows exactly how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. that's why i'm with scottrade. announcer: ranked highest in investor satisfaction with self-directed services by j.d. power and associates. >> welcome back to fast none. shares are getting raped over in the aftermarket. sales that were roughly in line. profit margins also fell quarter over quarter and year-over-year. they have got big players to compete against like amazon and of course microsoft. >> this is is a commodity business. >> and the quarter
savings time. we are falling back daylight-saving time ends carl azuz shines a little light on standard time - and how it's not exactly the standard. daylight saving time sounds just saving time. you're saving daylight time. out of some folks why we time. that's what it's called: standard time. we spend 8 months out of the time... still called standard. it's been shrinking since world war one. that's when daylight-saving time was first implemented to save energy. the switch made the sunset time, later in the day... turn their lights on as early. but what about winter, and the fall back to standard? well, look at it this way. most parts of the u.s. only get about 9 and a half hours of daylight in winter- time. that's not much! if we didn't set our clocks back in the fall, sunrise wouldn't be until 8:30am in many places-- you'd be starting and ending your day in the dark. falling back to standard little closer to what we're used to; it helps us start our day in the light. plus, there's that whole extra-hour-of-sleep thing, assuming you go to bed on time when we fall back. so less daylight
. >> good tuesday morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla, with carl cramer who made his way home and david faber. jpmorgan, tesla, retail earning, just wait until we walk you through home depot and best buy coming up in a moment the 10-year yield worth watching as well and europe moderately in the red as asia does retreat from the big gains yesterday. we have hit dow 16,000 and s&p 1,800. but then those comments from carl icahn yesterday spoiled the party a bit. >> there could be an announcement this morning involving that $13 billion settlement between the department of justice and jpmorgan chase. if and when, we'll fill you in. >> more problems for tesla as the automaker is the subject of a formal government probe involving fires in the model s. >> the dow hit 16,000, the s&p 1,800 yesterday. both closed below those levels after carl icahn expressed concerns about current valuations, saying that stocks, in his words, could face a big drop. jim, the story for retail in the fourth quarter is going to be price competition and margin pressure? >> i think companies
. we now know how big carl icahn's stake in apple is. dominic chu on that story. >> again, still whale watching right now. what we've seen in the 13 f full-timing for carl icahn is that, again, remember, back in august he said he is building up this stake in apple, a substantial one. carl icahn in his latest securities filing said he owns at the end of september about 3.87 million shares of apple. worth approximately $1.8 billion. yes, he was not kidding when he said that it was a fairly substantial stake. again, $1.8 billion stake in apple. that constitutes about 3.8, 3.9 million shares as of the end of september. we'll keep going through these and bring you more updates. for now carl icahn's stake in apple revealed. over to you. >>> it is almost go time. sony gearing up to launch the first new gaming console in seven years. it tdoes several things its pr d predecessor could not. >>> activist investor cliff robbins, he's on the hunt for stocks that are undervalued. we'll find out what he's looking for. we'll also discuss one of my favorite top you cans, money and medicine. the latest
back all of the shares owned by carl icahn. >> yeah, and carl's had a heck of a ride. they took him out at last night's close. kudos to carl, again, because like web m.d. and haen, he has taken money off the table. i'm curious as to what the next move will be, maybe one of the next stocks will tell us. >> all right. another icahn name popping to another that's dropping. shares of nuance communications dropping after reporting the fourth quarter results. >> yeah. this quarter was really bad for nuance, and down at a four-year low, and it should be. when you look at this name now, it's been talked about for a long time it's a commodity business. right now, it looks like the company is not hitting on any cylinders. i'd stay away, avoid this name. >> doc, you have unusual activity here? >> yeah. we have -- well, normal activity in this name is about 6,000 puts, today it's trade 60,000 puts in the first two hours, judge. there's also those blocks, the same kind of blocks we saw when carl icahn was getting out of netflix. we see those same blocks in the five-minute periods. average turnover i
." ♪ >>> good monday morning. i'm carl quintanilla along with david faber. in san francisco is jim cramer at the user conference dreamforce 2013. still celebrating the eagles' win yesterday, what is going to happen? >> this is a love fest between companies that are using the cloud. they are cutting out the traditional way that companies get their software. >> earnings tonight, they have totally redone the center, david and not only mc hammer, tony bennett, but green day. jim, i assume you're going to go to all of those? >> i have to go to them. i am credentialed, carl. how about this tunnel behind me. this is the largest tunnel in north america. it's assembled at the uk, brought here by ship. you know how he likes to do things on a creative scale. >> oh, yeah. in the meantime, jim, futures are pretty steady, as you know. watch for what they are calling a hat trick. s&p, 1800. ten years under 2.7. up 3% in reaction to some of the reforms coming out of china. our roadmap begins with major market downsizing to 16,000. s&p shy and the nasdaq very close to 4k. >>> boeing hiring the premarket o
. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla, jim cramer, david faber and kelly evans. >> after two straight months of gains for stocks, a big jump. the 10-year yield, some of the fed anxiety pushing gold down to two-week lows today, going for its first weekly drop in three. orroad m our road map begins with a 4.5% gain for the s&p. >> the ipad air hits apple stores around the globe today and the lines have already formed. but but we have one on set right now. >> lower refining margins again. >> and thinking outside the box, the container store makes its nyse debut today. >> we'll talk about the ipo coming our way. >> score one for the bulls in october. the dow and s&p hitting record highs, dow up 2.75%, the s&p rose nearly 4.5%, nasdaq up nearly 4% as well. we know about october. the first trading day of the month this year has traded negative only twice in april and may and we all remember the very first trading day of the year, that 300 plus point gain for the dow, jim. >> it seems like the old days when we used to call it mutual fund monday we used to have and at the beginni
from here. first to wall street and ben willis at the new york stock change. first off, to carl icahn putting out a warning, saying this is being propelled by a general obvious fed that is handing out candy. >> i had my party hat already and he kind of took that away from us. he is not wrong that the fed is fanning this. but that's their job. that the whole point of quantitative easing or going back to t.a.r.p. they're trying to reignite the flame of the economy. i believe they're starting to succeed in that, which i why i think taper is not a bad thing. rising interest raise or the smoke of the fire, and for equity investors that's a very good thing. >> he has been pretty true to investors close 80 years on the planet. a vulture investor where he fines opportunity or others do not or he can stir up dust and get a big response in the stock so he was already bemoaning amp if it weren't karl ike -- icahn we wouldn't pay as much attention. >> every professional investor has been very intimidated by this bull run. we would call it bulline ya, and there's no alternative, and what carl icah
goes on. >> they've been in tacloban for a week, on an increasingly desperate mission. carl and his family are looking for a nephew. his parents died in the storm surge, not before he was strapped into a life jacket. he may have been rescued. >> red cross. the city social welfare office. even the army. the police. try going around, but they just keep on passing us around. go to this place. it might be there. when we go there's it's a totally different thing. >> this is where the missing and dead are reported to the tacloban local government. it's where government employees are registering their attendance for work. this woman is trying to discover what happened to her mother's relatives? >> i haven't found anything. i don't know where to search for. >> the staff admit there's no central system in place to match the missing with families seeking them. >> maybe some other day. >> the tacloban city government told us anyone looking for a missing relative would be better served trying the department of social welfare development agency. the office september us to the aid distribution po
. nbc's katy tur at one of the busiest airports and courtney scott are with us now and carl parker, we start with you. how is the forecast looking? >> katy, go ahead. >> reporter: it's okay. it is certainly one of the bussest days of the year and not a good way to start it off. 2.4 million people will travel by plane, a lot are hopefully in the air right now but there are a lot of delays as we speak. 250 flights have been canceled today. 480 or so delayed, flight aware is saying there are delays in every major airport, that's sfo, lax, d.c., atlanta, chicago o'hare, miami, all of the airports being affected by this. you might wonder why lax is being affected? they are not in the path. storm whatsoever. their outgoing flights may be going somewhere that are affected by the storm. it started off with having very few delays and very few issues as the day has gone on. we've are more cancellations and few more delays ranging from 15 minutes to an hour and a half. laguardia itself hasn't been so bad. the outbound flights have taken off. it's the inbound flights have issues. an hour delays he
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